Your Elected Officials

Seated left to right are: Chief Mike Hardy (Chief of Police), Mayor Roslyn White, Councilman Carlton Campbell (Councilman at Large)

Standing left to right: Councilman Tony Hardy (District A), Francis Touchet, Jr. (Mayor Pro-Tem, District B), Councilman Brady Broussard, Jr. (District C), Councilman Terry Broussard (District D


Roslyn White

Mayor of Abbeville

Councilman Carlton Campbell

Councilman at Large

Councilman Tony Hardy

District A

Councilman Francis Touchet, Jr.

Mayor Pro-Tem, District B

Councilman Brady Broussard, Jr.

District C

Councilwoman Terry Broussard

District D

Mike Hardy

Chief of Police

Jude Mire

Fire Chief


The Honorable Roslyn White

As the 42nd mayor of the City of Abbeville, I want to tell you more about myself.

I am a businesswoman and a community leader of Vermilon Parish. I served my first term on the Abbeville City Council from 2018 through June 2022 and was recently elected to the office of Mayor of Abbeville. My goals for the city include strengthening community relationships and rebuilding a sustainable economy through strategic planning and action. I understand and believe in the use of technology to improve customer service. During my first term on City Council, I redesigned and launched the new City of Abbeville Website providing easy access to information and a better user experience for both citizens and businesses. I created a social media presence for increased community engagement and transparency in government. I worked with the Taxes and Permitting Department to implement new software for improved operations, and I plan to continue to identify areas and departments to improve efficiency with re-envisioned structure as I serve in my new capacity.

I am a graduate of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and am active in our community through volunteering with civic organizations. I am a founding member of Allumé Society and F.U.E.L. Vermilion, serving on both organization boards. I am a Chevalier of “La Confrerie d’ Abbeville de L’Omelette Geante,” helping to bring on the Giant Omelette Celebration in downtown Abbeville. I serve on the fundraising committee for the Vermilion Parish Boys and Girls Club, and assisted in the initial launch of the Vermilion Women’s Resource Center. I take an active role in helping promote local business and community events and serve as a representative and promoter of our unique city.

My career experience includes International Resort Management, logistics, marketing, tourism, and leisure management. Prior to stepping into my full-time role as the first female Mayor of Abbeville, I was part of the Broussard Brothers operations and bid administration team in Abbeville. I look forward to using my unique work experiences to find new ways to build a stronger Abbeville and Vermilion Parish.

Mayor Roslyn R White


Vermilion Parish Police Jurors

Mark Poche, President
Chad Vallo, Vice President
Keith Roy, Parish Administrator
Tim Baudoin, Treasurer
Dane Hebert, District 1
Shane Meaux, District 2
Brent Landry, District 3
Ronald Darby, District 4
Liz Touchet, District 5
Mark Poche, District 6
Roy Keith Meaux, District 7
Errol J. Domingues, District 8
Chad Lege , District 9
Ronald “Dago” Menard, District 10
Scott Broussard, District 11
Dexter Callahan, District 12
Brian Hollier, District 13
Chad Vallo, District 14


Gabe Marceaux

Vermilion Parish Assessor CLA

Sheriff Mike Couvillon

Vermilion Parish Sheriff

Myriam Hutchinson, MD

Vermilion Parish Coroner

Diane Meaux Broussard

Vermilion Parish Clerk of Court


Governor Jeff Landry

Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser

Attorney General “Liz” Baker Murrill

Treasurer John Flemming

Representative Ryan Bourriaque

Representative Troy Hebert

Senator Bob Hensgens

State Fire Marshall Bryan J. Adams


President Joseph R. Biden Jr.

Senator Bill Cassidy M.D.

Senator John Kennedy

Congressman Clay Higgins

Utility Customer Warning:
Third Party Payment Site

We have identified a website that falsely claims to be an official online payment portal for the City of Abbeville. Please be aware that if you choose to use a third-party website like to pay your utility bills there is a delay in receipt of the payment to your account. This delay could lead to late fees and disconnection of your utility services. We do not endorse or its affiliates and cannot waive additional charges or issues caused by using their service.

We strongly recommend using the City of Abbeville’s official payment portal for online transactions.